From March 21 until June 6, Jan and Martin Fallding are offering Singleton families a bushwalking experience in their own backyards.
See event details below.
Martin and Jan own cabins on the edge of Mount Royal National Park and believe the best way to appreciate Australian landscape is to simply go for a walk.
Led by experienced and vastly knowledgeable guide Martin, small groups of bushwalkers will learn about the Australian bush, landscape and coal history, whilst enjoying the health benefits of spending time out in nature.
“Bushwalking is a lot of fun, which I think is the main thing and sharing it with people, walking with friends and family is a great thing to do,” said Mr Fallding.
There will be two bushwalking routes on offer at Mount Royal National Park and Wollemi National Park, which take between two and four hours to complete.
The bush walks can be chosen to suit personal fitness levels and interests including, nature walks, fitness walks, history walks in the steps of Leichhardt, family walks, spotlighting walks and introductions to bushwalking.
On Saturday, March 20, a classical music concert will be held on the forested mountainside at Callicoma Hill Eco-cabins to celebrate the launch of the bush walks.
Bookings for both the concert and bushwalking experiences are essential, with dates and tickets available online.
First Bushwalking details:
When: Sunday March 21;
Where: Mount Royal National Park, 629-1411 Mount Royal Road;
Cost: $55 per person;
$35 for Singleton local govt area residents (limited no available);
$90 for one adult and one child;
$175 per family (up to 2 adults & 3 children).
Discounts will be made available for families and Singleton Local Government Area residents.